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THEY ARE FOR FUTURE USE, AND I HAVE THEM PUT AWAY FOR WHEN PRICE GET TO HIGH FOR ME TO BUY THEM.Published 18 months ago by karymadray
In a fit of what has now proven to be supreme lunacy, I ordered Libby’s canned apricot halves, peach slices, and pear halves in juice (not syrup). Read morePublished 18 months ago by jjshopper
NICE IF YOU LIKE YOUR PEACHES SOFT.
Actually I like some firmness still in the peaches. My husband thought the peaches were "not bad". Read more
I recived my package very quickly I don't remember feeling jipped but I would like more peaches for less moneyPublished 20 months ago by Fatimah
Very convenient snack. Nutritious & tasty No preparation needed, just refrigerate & eat. Definitely a good value for the money.Published on June 6, 2013 by South Jersey Guy
I send these peaches to my son in college as it is a great way to get some fruit in a kid who is eating on the go all the time. Read morePublished on April 9, 2013 by C. E. Incannella
Nice product.Should have pull lid. yum,yum,yum! the shugar in the syrup is a bit much, but then it is caned peaches...try this.Published on December 27, 2012 by katherine gardner
It is odd that peaches are something where brand and name matter. But it does. These are the best for being well processed, quality, small sliced, and tasty. Read morePublished on December 26, 2012 by D. Franklin
What can I say. You can't go wrong with Libby's. I like buying them in bulk. I get a good price and they last for quite a while. Each can tastes as good as the last. Read morePublished on December 18, 2012 by Tom